These are renderings created for the North Beach neighborhood as our roadway improvement plan.
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All exterior lighting for the entire project area including structural and landscape lighting must be reviewed and approved by FWC regardless of whether or not the area is seaward of the CCCL.
All exterior fixtures on the seaward and the shore perpendicular sides of the building (and on the landward side of the building if they are visible from the beach) should be well shielded, full cut-off, downward directed type fixtures. All exterior fixtures on the landward side of the building should be downward directed only.
ACCEPTABLE LAMPS / BULBS AND OTHER LIGHT SOURCES
Long wave length lights, e.g. those that produce light that measures greater than 560 nanometers on a spectroscope, are necessary for all construction visible from and adjacent to marine turtle nesting beaches. Bright white light, such as metal halide, halogen, fluorescent, mercury vapor and incandescent lamps will not be approved. Filters are unreliable and not allowed. Limited use of shorter wavelength lights may be approved in areas where direct and indirect light or glow could not possibly be visible from the beach upon approval by FWC.
- Low Pressure Sodium (LPS) 18w, 35w
- Red, orange or amberLED (true red, orange or amber diodes, NOT filters)
- True red neon
- Other lighting sources that produce light of 560 nm or longer
**** FWC approved lighting may be found at http://www.myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/managed/sea-turtles/turtles-lights/
STATEMENT ABOUT TURTLE GLASS ON LIGHTING PLAN
The plan shall reflect that tinted glass or film with a visible light transmittance value of forty-five (45) percent or less shall be applied to all windows and doors within line of sight of the beach. This includes the seaward and shore-perpendicular sides of the structure. This may be specified in the notes section on the Lighting Plan architectural drawing and should be included in the FDEP Permit Conditions.
THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ALLOWED
- Private balcony lights
- Up lights
- Tree strap downlights
- Decorative lighting, not necessary for human safety or security
- Pond lights
- Dune walkover lighting
- Fountain lights on beach or shore perpendicular side of structure
Download PDF Guide: Sea Turtle lighting
The expansion of the southern runway at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has modified the roadway access connections between the airport and adjacent roadways. The closure and temporary detour of the southbound exit ramp to US Highway 1 and the proposed permanent changes in access from the airport to southbound US 1 have generated some concern within the communities located south of the airport. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) was asked to review the decision making process used by Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) to evaluate the elimination of direct access to southbound US 1 and to review other options available for southbound access to US Highway 1.
Click on the link below to read the full report
Plans and color elevations for the new construction on Balboa Street in North Hollywood Beach.
The new construction/development project at 6024 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL (that’s where Martha’s Restaurant used to be)
About Cash for Trash
The purpose of Cash for Trash is to keep Hollywood clean, green, and litter-free by improving neighborhoods and bringing residents together to make a positive difference in their communities. It allows neighborhood or civic associations to earn money while beautifying the community. Associations may earn $6 for each approved, full bag of trash collected. The amount earned will be issued as a check made payable to the association.
To participate in the Cash for Trash program, the association must be a recognized neighborhood, homeowner’s or civic association located in the City of Hollywood with a valid tax identification number and be a registered vendor with the City. Although individuals, special groups, school clubs, non-profit organizations, or companies may not participate as cash recipients, they are more than welcome to volunteer or donate to the project.
Cash for Trash is a 3-hour project, which takes place on the second Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The association must identify a clean-up area and meeting location in the community. The clean-up area may include surrounding blocks near homes, businesses, schools, churches, athletic fields, parks, or open spaces. A meeting location should provide a restroom, free parking, and an area to collect trash bags.
There is no limit to the amount of litter that can be collected. A collected trash item must be small enough to fit into the provided trash bags. Bulk trash is not eligible to be counted and may not be collected. Other types of unacceptable trash include hazardous materials, tires, traffic accident debris, large brush, or shopping carts.
The association is responsible for recruiting volunteers and there is no limit to the number of volunteers an association may recruit from its members, neighbors, and residents to assist in the Cash for Trash program.
For each project, a Project Leader must be designated by the association and must be present on the day of the project. The Project will serve as the contact person for the project. The Project Leader does not have to be on the board of the association but must be at least 18 years old. Volunteers must be at least 8 years old. There must be at least one adult volunteer present for every 8 youth volunteers, ages 8 to 17. Large groups should be divided into small groups and Group Leaders assigned to the smaller groups. Group Leaders must be at least 18 years old.
To coordinate a project, the association must complete a Cash for Trash application for each project. The projects are scheduled on a first come, first scheduled basis. Each association may schedule no more than 3 projects per fiscal year (10/1 – 9/30) and will only be able to schedule one project at a time. An association may schedule an additional project once a project ends. If the association decides to cancel the project for any reason, they must contact the City immediately. The association may then re-schedule for the next available date. If there is bad weather on the day of the project, the project may be rescheduled to the earliest available date.
City of Hollywood
- Review Cash for Trash Application
- Designate a staff person to provide marked trash bags and safety equipment
- Count the collected trash bags on the day of the project
- Provide table and two chairs for the association volunteers for sign in
- Arrange for collection of trash bags
- Submit check to association for earned amount
Neighborhood or Civic Associations
- Designate a Project Leader for each project
- Complete Cash for Trash Application
- Organize project dates and recruit volunteers
- Ensure each volunteer signs-in at the project site
- Provide refreshments or water to volunteers
- Communicate the safety guidelines to the volunteers at each project
- Divide large groups into smaller groups and assign Group Leaders for the smaller groups
- Monitor volunteers during the project and supervise youth volunteers
- Ensure the volunteers collect trash in the provided marked trash bags only
- Complete and submit volunteer registration form
- Wear comfortable clothing, closed-toe shoes,
- Bring water, bug spray, sunscreen, sunglasses, and/or hat
- Adhere to safety guidelines
- Must sign-in at registration table on the day of the project
The association must designate a Project Leader who will serve as the contact person for the project and be present on the day of the project. The Project Leader must complete and submit the Cash for Trash Application.
The City will review the application and respond within 5 business days.
Once the application has been approved, the Project Leader will receive an approval notice and volunteer registration forms for the project date.
The association must recruit volunteers. Each volunteer must complete a volunteer registration form to be distributed in advance by the association Project Leader. The forms may be collected on the day of the project by City staff.
On the day of the project, City staff will provide marked trash bags, safety equipment. The Project Leader will ensure each volunteer signs-in, completes a registration form, and is informed of the safety guidelines.
After the project is completed, City staff will count the collected trash bags and arrange for the pick-up of the trash bags.
The City of Hollywood will issue a check to the association for the earned amount and provide verification of community service hours to volunteers.
The City of Hollywood will provide the following safety equipment on the day of the project:
- Safety vests
- First aid kit
- Sharps container
Before the project begins, volunteers must be informed of the following safety guidelines:
- Have youth volunteers stay within the sight of the Group Leader.
- Stay on the right-of-way, facing traffic. Work on only one side of the street at a time.
- Lift all objects with your legs, not your back.
- Wear light or bright colored clothing, closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, hat or sunglasses.
- Wear safety vest at all times so that you are visible to drivers.
- Be careful of unexpected holes or ditches.
- Be aware of your surroundings and location at all times.
- Work with a partner whenever possible.
- Wear gloves at all times.
- Handle sharp objects with care. Youth volunteers should NOT pick up broken glass.
- Have at least one adult supervisor for every 8 youth volunteers, ages 8 to 17.
- Be alert for stinging insects and snakes.
- Leave broken or leaky bags on the corner of a street. Please note the street corner and report to Project Leader or City staff.
- Report broken or vandalized public equipment or structure.
- Have access to a cellular phone in the event of an emergency.
- Leave the area or dial 911 if you encounter a dangerous situation.
- Tie bags tightly after the bags are full.
- Wash your hands thoroughly when project is completed.
- Pile all the trash bags in one area in the designated meeting location.
- Return all safety equipment to the City
- Pick up litter close to the edge of curbs unless oncoming traffic is clearly visible.
- Pick up litter in construction or maintenance sites.
- Pick up materials that appear to be hazardous, such as needles, bloody objects or drug paraphernalia. Advise City staff of the object in question to be removed safely by staff.
- Pick up firearms or explosive devices.
- Pick up dead animals.
- Participate in the project while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
- Wear music headsets that would prevent you from hearing an approaching motorist or bicyclist.
- Overexert yourself. Be sure to take breaks, drink liquids, and dress appropriately for the weather.
- Stomp on trash bags. Injuries may occur from broken glass or sharp objects. Stomping may cause sharp objects to puncture the bag.
- Run, throw objects, or engage in horseplay.
- Destroy sprinkler heads, walls, or equipment.
- Safety Medical Procedures
- If a volunteer gets hurt…
- Please alert the Project Leader or City staff immediately.
- If it is a minor injury, apply medical treatment from first aid kit.
- If it is a major injury or serious injury, please contact 911 immediately.
- If it is a bee sting,
- Go quickly to a safe area
- Remove the stinger by scraping it with a fingernail, knife blade, or a credit card
- Don’t squeeze the stinger; pressure will release more venom
- Wash the sting area with soap and water
- Apply an ice pack to relieve pain and swelling
- Seek medical attention if breathing is troubled, if stung multiple times, or if the person is allergic to bee stings
Please find attached the latest event schedule for events taking place at West Lake Park, Anne Kolb Nature Center, and Hollywood North Beach Park.
For more information or to register for events please contact the Anne Kolb Nature Center at 954-357-5161 ext 0.
The Hollywood Office of Tourism needs a few good people to get involved on the Hollywood Broadwalk. The Beach Information Ambassador Team is currently recruiting volunteer Ambassadors to assist Hollywood’s Tourism Staff with greeting visitors arriving from cruise ships on the City Pass Program and other tour buses. Information Ambassadors also stroll along the Hollywood Broadwalk during high traffic times as Information Ambassadors to encourage a friendly, fun and safe beach experience.
For more information or to join our team, meet with us on:
Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 11:00 am.
At the Charnow Park Community Center located at 300 Connecticut Street
on the second floor of the Parking Garage
For more information on Hollywood Volunteer Programs or get a Volunteer Application go to www.HollywoodFL.org